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Former Magpie Fabian Spiess Joins Boston United


Former Notts County shot-stopper Fabian Spiess has joined Boston United, after the Pilgrims struggled to fulfil the position prior.

The 21-year-old German born player is poised to go straight into Boston’s squad ahead of their trip to Curzon Ashton within the National League North. Spiess enjoyed breaking through the youth system, in place at Notts as a promising teenager, making nine senior first appearances during his time at Meadow Lane.

Before later moving out on loan to Bristol Rovers, then signing permanently Torquay United and later Alfreton Town.

Despite remaining largely on the bench for the Magpies’, after Northern Ireland international Roy Carroll, the 21-year-old caught the attention of Liverpool and spent several weeks training with the Premier League team at the end of last season.

Unfortunately a move to the former European giants wasn’t on the cards and Spiess was let go by then County boss Ricardo Moniz during the summer clear-out.

Spiess’s arrival to the Pilgrims, will see him most likely start against Curzon subject to ratification by the National League and Football Association.

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I find this to be a shame but at least he looks happy, part of it is to enjoy your football and I think his confidence was lost after we pushed him further down the pecking order.

Personally I hope he finds his way back to the Football League.

Good Luck to him!

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to be honest, i do not see him bouncing back.

he may just disappear from here or maybe join a team overseas, he seems to have more than just confidence issues.

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His errors have really cost him, pre season the year before we released him he looked awful. It seems to have continued from there, you do not go down the leagues for no reason.

I like him but he has wasted his opportunity.

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